Best Spring Fragrances for Women
Spring doesn’t just invite the opportunity to overhaul your wardrobe. With a bounty of new fragrance releases, it’s also a good time to reconsider your scent. Whether you’re looking for a lively, fresh fragrance or something more romantic, there’s something to suit every nose. Here, we’ve selected this collection of spring’s fragrances that will surprise you.
The house of Chloe had returned to the perfume market with a rose scent simply called Chloe Eau de Parfum. The fragrance was launched in 2008 after which the flankers followed: Eau de Parfum Intense from 2009, Chloe Eau de Toilette from 2009, Chloe Rose Edition from 2011 and Chloe L’Eau from 2012. Roses De Chloe, the new version, appears in 2013. It is celebrating 50 years of existence of this house.
Gentle and graceful, the new fragrance tries to capture a walk down the Parisian rose gardens. It includes fresh notes of bergamot at the beginning of the composition, developing into essence of damask rose accompanied by magnolia that gives a modern touch. After that, white musk and amber linger on your skin.
Chloe Roses For Women smells great day and night. Feminine, natural, sweet, refreshing and young, and absolutely lovely. Close your eyes and smell your wrist after you have sprayed Roses de Chloe, and you will find yourself in the loveliest Parisian rose garden.
The essence of charm. Peonies in voluptuous bloom, exquisitely fragile. Flirtatious with the juicy bite of red apple and the opulence of jasmine, rose and gillyflower. Mingling with the sensuality of soft, blush suede. Luxurious and seductive. Peony & Blush Suede was launched in 2013. The nose behind this fragrance is Christine Nagel. Top note is red apple; middle notes are peony, jasmine, carnation and rose; base note is suede.
Beautiful and elegant, solar rather than just sunny, very alive. A lovely scent. Delicate and feminine like a ballerina. Nothing too complex. It’s just a pure peony scent with a light hint of suede. Very similar to Prada Candy Florale, just more rubbery and less citrusy.
It’s suitable for spring. Not for intense summer heat. Great for rainy season. It lasts pretty long.And it’s not your ordinary girly pink, It’s very elegantly pink.
Café rose descends into a hidden labyrinth, where rose’s fine breeding gives way to darker pleasures. Three precious rose essences dance with exotic spices and dark coffee. Incense resin, amber, and woods surround them with creamy depth. Top notes are saffron, black pepper and may rose. Middle notes are turkish rose, bulgarian rose and coffee. Base notes are incense, amber, sandalwood and patchouli.
Starts out with the signature Tom Ford balsamic floral blast, and then settles into a slightly woody, bare hint of bitter coffee rosy rose. At first spray smells like a high quality women’s perfume, and dries down to a spicy rose which is more masculine. This is not a linear fragrance from Tom Ford, and whilst it projects nicely and the sillage is very good, it is not a thick heavy hitter like many of this house’s scents.
Kiehls – Musk
Top notes are orange blossom and bergamot; middle notes are lily, neroli, ylang-ylang and rose; base notes are tonka bean, musk and patchouli.
Begins with an initial creamy, fresh citrus burst of Bergamot Nectar and Orange Blossom,Follows with a soft floral bouquet of Rose, Lily, Ylang-Ylang and Neroli. To dries down to a warm, sensual Oriental finish of Tonka Nut, White Patchouli and, of course, Musk.
A fragrance of radiance and light, the expression of a high noon sunny day. 24 Faubourg: this perfume of light, composed by Maurice Roucel in 1995, is a Hermès signature right down to its bottle – the square glass is gently curved with a sense of movement, like a breeze blowing through silk.
24 Faubourg is an invitation on a journey where the sun is the destination.Top notes of brilliant white flowers, matched by a floral heart, are enveloped in iris,wood and mystery. Vanilla and ambergris lend the tone to its afternote.
This floral explosion releases a profusion of flowers that has the power to make everything seem more positive. Magically evocative notes immediately awaken your deepest senses, giving you the impression of living life in your own secret garden, away from reality. Sambac jasmine, centifolia rose, cattleya orchid, and ballerina freesia bloom on a base of patchouli.
It was introduced in 2005, as an oriental perfume. Top notes tingle with fresh and sweet accords of bergamot and green tea.
A heart is floral and opulent with intensive, sweet and pure Sambac jasmine, seductive Centifolia rose, freesia and Cattleya orchid.
Musk and patchouli in a base wrap us with an oriental scent, while its milky and powdery notes gently fondle our skin.
The bottle was designed by Fabien Baron, in shape of diamond-granate, alluding at the fragrance itself, since it is so explosive, sophisticated and glamorous. It was introduced at the 10th anniversary of Viktor&Rolf house’s work.
Juliette Has A Gun Not a Perfume is a provocative declaration which does not follow the rules of modern perfumery. Not a Perfume is based on contradictions, since its composition is created of molecules and is the only fragrance without allergens.
This minimalist, fresh, and clean fragrance is hypoallergenic and ideal for those who don’t normally wear perfume. It is composed of a single note, called cetalox, which is usually used in perfumery as a base note. Here it plays the lead role for a fragrance that will easily satisfy the most difficult tastes, and particularly those preferring discretion over complexity.
Diptyque Geranium Odorata
Geranium Odorata is a woody, floral scent that’s alive with bright, fresh notes that make you dream of springtime.
A very straightforward, pleasant and natural smelling geranium, bergamot dominated fragrance. Soft, sweet rose scents with a touch of musk. Dry down is softly spicy and clean-it almost makes the air around you smell cleaner.